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Medical Negligence

Orthopaedics

Orthopaedics is a medical specialism that covers conditions that affect bones, joints and muscles within the human body.

If you have suffered an orthopaedic injury which may have been the fault of someone else we can help you.

As surgery has become more complicated over the years, the number of claims against orthopaedic surgeons has increased. Negligent orthopaedic surgery can cause nerve damage and infection.

How we can help you

We have experience in acting for Claimants in a wide range of orthopaedic claims including:

  • negligent surgery
  • delay in diagnosis of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH)
  • failure to diagnose fractures
  • failure to recognise symptoms of cancer
  • wrong site surgery
  • poor wound care

Your trusted legal partners

The effects of negligence in orthopaedic cases can be life long and debilitating. But we are here to support and guide you and to help you to move forwards. We have many years’ experience of helping people with these sorts of claims so you can trust that we know what we’re doing.

We can help you to get the compensation that you need

If we can prove that you have suffered an injury then we can recover the compensation you need to ensure that you can access the best rehabilitation treatment, aids/equipment and, if necessary, specialist housing.

If you have suffered an orthopaedic injury because of what you believe to be a medical error, we can help. Contact us today to speak to a specialist member of our medical negligence team.

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